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to want to miss this next half an hour. we have a very informative program. so please help us welcome mr. john abdo. john, thanks for being our guest. >>> thank you >> > about this earlier, in the opening, you obviously in health and fitness, in strength training, you've trained olympic athletes. tell us how you actually got involved in developing products for male sexual performance. >>> be a great athlete, started training in competitions in my teenage years, started actually coaching when i was 17. i'll be 57 next year, do the math, i've been doing this for over 40 years, and over the decades you really learn a lot, my goal was to learn the techniques, legal techniques, safe techniques that increase both sexual and sports performance. and it's interesting, because both we did the same thing, athletes take anabolic steroids, when i was younger i took anabolic steroids, and what it does, it makes your body stronger, but it shuts down your internal biochemistry. we had to figure out how do we restore that. so then i started saying that eating antiaging medicine with the longevity and ant
with the girls. i-i don't know where they went. mr. colter, you have no choice here. you have to let us handle this. everything's fine. just leave me alone. man: you can keep these pamphlets to read. and god bless you for talking to us. eames: colter won't play ball. he's scared. special services just got the paperwork from the d.a.'s. they're putting the taps on his phones. well, we're going to his bank. anything moves here, call us. done. if there's any unusual activity in mr. colter's account you'll be notified immediately. how much is in there? $22,000. what are all those over there? third-party checks he cashed at the bank. 17, 32, 57. $112,000, all in the last two weeks. what's this check here for $55,000? a cashier's check from midtown porsche. the other checks were payouts from brokerage firms. he sold his car. he sold stocks. looks like he knew he'd need the money. yeah. maybe the ransom isn't a ransom. man: he's the chief operating officer of this company. if he's in trouble, i need to know. could you close the door? did he mention any threats lately? no. you notice any change in moo
or strength to carry on my life like i used to have, and i, i worry a little bit about my safety if something should happen to me. >> i live five minutes away from my mother, but i worry about her all the time. it, it's not that she's frail, exactly, but she's not as strong as she used to be, and i just can't stand the idea of her getting into trouble and not being able to get help. >> mary: last year i slipped in the shower and the pain in my hip was so intense that i couldn't get up or get out of the tub, much less go to the phone and call someone for help. >> she fell in the bathroom, she was just lying there for hours. >> mary: luckily my daughter was coming over for lunch that day... >> mom? >> ...and when i didn't answer the door, she opened it with her own key. >> mom? mom? >> mary, faintly: help... >> mom! mom? was a nightmare come true. she was just lying there, and then the hot water had run out and gone cold, so on top of everything else, she was getting hypothermia. >> i kept thinking the pain would go away and then i could get up and find a phone and call for help. i wasn't
's ok. it's gonna be ok. [sobs] why is he doing this? is that enough? we did what you wanted. let us go. ...the world to me no. [chuckles] now it's my turn. aah! no! [gunshots] ♪ you're the whole wide world ♪ ♪ oh, the whole wide world to me ♪ [beeping] hey, good news. ellie just got placed with a foster family, so, fingers crossed. oh, that's great. i'm happy for her. we got a case in akron, ohio. two couples killed in two weeks. one a week? that's not much of a cooling-off period. scott and kathy hartway. found in their car in an isolated spot. the son of sam had a short cooling-off period. he also attacked couples in cars. yeah, but the first couple were killed their house. robert and allison keppler. in both cases, the husbands were killed with a silenced 9-millimeter, the wife was stabbed multiple times. he crosses racial lines. and socio-economic ones. the kepplers lived in an upscale neighborhood, the hartways were blue collar. that's a big change in crime scenes, car versus house. two radically different m.o.s not to mention he subdueswo people. that takes a lot of
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the calls? my pretties, they're using disposable cells, so i'm coming up empty. we do have a timeline, though. according to the m.e.'s report, both victims were dead for about 3 hours before they were found, which means based upon the times of their messages, they endured 5 additional hours of torture after making their goodbye calls. it wasn't enough that he caused his victims pain and suffering, it extended to their parents as well? rossi, were the phone calls the butcher made his victims leave similar? yeah, but the content varied. 13 vics left answering machine messages for loved ones, 5 actually talked to someone before they died, and two reached no one. but didn't the butcher make his victims end their messages by saying they were enjoying it? that was the signature. wouldn't that make a sadist flaccid? it wasn't about him. it was about the parents. he wanted to make sure that they knew he had complete control and dominance over their daughters. all right, morgan and prentiss, go to the m.e. we need to compare ritual and m.o. rossi, reid, and i will interview the families and go
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decided that having my hair back the way it used to be was an important step for me. >> myself, i'm 45 years old, and you know, i'm not in the best shape in the world, but one thing, i'm continually trying to get better, and my hair is just one less problem i ever have to think about. >> i feel blessed. i'm not worried about other people passing judgment or wondering what might be wrong with me. i don't second-guess going to the store or going to the movies or going to have a drink. i'm confident. i'm comfortable. >> welcome back. let's get right to the root of the problem-- hair loss and what causes it. now, hair loss affects more than 70 million people in north america today-- 40 million men and 30 million women. that's a lot of people. some people try products that claim to regrow hair only to find out a few hundred dollars later that they didn't work. don't waste your money on unproven remedies. if you care about how you look and you want to get your hair back, take time to listen to world-renowned hair loss expert dr. jon gaffney, medical director of hair club, a board-certified p
. well, they've only been out of their holding cells to be interrogated or to use the john. you've got video? yeah, we got cameras in both rooms. good. we'll have to rely on nonverbal cues. that'll expose their weaknesses. [door opens] hey, you. what'd you do with kate? calm down, man. i will kill you, you understand? you understand me?! keep them him from me. barrett avoided conflict. pearson was provocative. the blond one's getting off on this. well, if he knows where kate is, that's his power. hey, can i get you anything? what? water? soda? are you hungry? hmm. starving. anything. hmm. tuggie's roast beef with fries. the curly ones. you got it. and a beer. nice try. [chuckles] what the hell was that? just trying to establish some trust. uh-huh. you gonna ask the other one, too? no. in other words, you're not going in there. not yet. hmm. really? you know, we don't have a whole lot of time here. they've been slammed with the same questions for the last 2 1/2 days. we go in there with that strategy, we'll get nowhere. i don't get it. if we go in there now, they have all the power. so,
to be safe. i would do anything to protect them. anything. mr. wei used my mother and sister to persuade me to do three jobs. the first two were criminals. it wasn't difficult. what happened with the third? i couldn't do it. if i don't get back to china, my family will die. (phone ringing) alan: hello? john: alan. (in cantonese) (alan in cantonese) (john speaking) (alan speaking) meg: what was that all about? i have a passport. fix it for me. then you can go. my family is running out of time. i'll need a picture. this time it's two jobs. but it's the two of you. john is more trouble than we thought. so what's the time frame? immediate. so what made you assume that i could jack a car? lucky guess. your mother? or your father? mechanics illustrated. my father taught me how to shoot. yeah? playing cath is so impersonal. he was a general. a very important man. was? what happened to him? he was reeducated. many were beaten... ...tortured, shamed. families were punished. how did the general get reeducated? by his son. before he died, i understood what i had done to him. i promised him, i would ge
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